Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on November 13, 1947 · Page 19
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<* if^ "* u f ( l ft^f'* * < f *• if ? *" (if *<• f ' 1 '' \;« «',*-f «"*• *<»MJ* HOPE STAR; HOM, ARKANSAS Thursday, November 13, 1947 Ad* Hurt B« In Ottftt D.y B^att PnbUeaUon IFf ED WeekendTiits to Decide District Titles For Sole MY MOME FOR SALE. FOR call Driy 0 and at night phone 853-W. 7-Ot 3 ROOM HOUSE TO BE MOVED, 500 gallon water tank. A. A. ftogeri, Phbne 1097-M, 10-4t BABY BUGGY, SCALES, BED. Apply 109 North Washington SI. Phone 1102-W. ll-3t _„ HANDLE ABOUT SyrnilL W, L. Anderson, lm."». OERVE" AS y'Hotel. FIVE ROOM HOUSE AND FURNI- turt, good neighborhood. $1,000 down. |37 per month.. Phone 1147-R. , DORTER. 13-3t ate- tip Wonted 1Kt6»tA»'"TO'^LIVE IN Wiih housework - tiy "the Associated Press Arkansas, High . school football aames this weekend will complete- the cast for the state championship playoffs beginning Nov. 21. Three district champions and two Yerger Meets El Dorado Tonight at 8 The .Yerger Tigers will risk their first place Arkansas State Conference standing in a game with the strong El Dorado Hornets, at the Hope High School at 0 o'clock tonight/ This game will be the Tigers homecoming and they promise to shoot the works to the Hornets. The annual Yerger High School wii-eu uiBiuti. t ii«.i..,,i"i-• homecoming parade took place at invited teams in the AA division, 2:30 this afternoon, through the JOHNSON GRASS HAY. FIRST and «econ4 cutting. Delivered. Call iOt write Horace Alford. Hope, Rt.'3. KIDNEY SHAPEt) UNPAINTED dressing table and bench. Never used. G06d used pair of green 'plastic Pfiscilla curtains. Also used baby buggy arid teeter-babe 505 South Walnut. Phone 1163-R. •i 12-3t will be determined. . , Heading the program is the I meeting of Texarkana and El Dorado, .both boasting records in District Seven, at El Droado tomorrow night. The winner will haul down the district crown and a clayoff berth. El Dorado is favored. In District One, the Faycttnville Bulldogs, already assured of no worse than a tie for the champion- shin, will be out to maintain their I downtown section of the city, o- Guernsey to Play Host toPatmos The Guernsey High School "Blue Devils" will be host to the strong 'atmos basketball teams Friday light in the new Guernsey School lymnasiurn. The first game will tart at 7 p.m. The games include junior boys, unior girls and senior boys. All Guernsey school buses will make their regular routes both before and after the game and all are invited to ride any of our buses. Kramer Deserts Amateurs for Pro Ranks Los Angeles, Nov. 13 —' (/P) — Big Jack Kramer looked out over a new world today with varying •uuy a»tiuicu -. ..", cm u but most of them were tic for the champion- • Rent ADJOINING ? ^privileges. 1 Wesf'JStH » Street^ "'f " V.r 1 - U-3t * '-i PRACTICALLY NEW BEDROOM suite, mahogany finish Phone 151-3. : , 13-31 XJNFURNISttEt) tmeht. Mrs. Elva', ' St. Wanted to Rent 5 ROOM UNFURNISHED HOUSE , fclty limits. CoUple with 1 •*-'' " r " 743-W. 11-Ot Notice F, USED ' FURNITURE. ice or carload. City Fuml- S Phone 61. 226 East 3rd. SR -YOUR CHRISTMAS GIFT iazines now. Special rates. [.j-Reynerson. Phone 28, City * 23-lm Penn Center Dubbed Player of the Week mess Opportunity t;B'ITIOUS OPERATOR ."" to 'Service' Candy Bar Machines vending Hershey's and nationally known bars. $345 quired. Every applicant ^ interviewed. Write, give 4e v number. Boat 98, Hope, Ark. 13-3t - -BLEVINSr Proving Ground, 8, white* s With black tick '> petter . dog. Answers' to if, Jirh, Pew'urd. Notify or lfe-W, Pope, Arkansas. l2-3t - Philadelphia, Nov. 13 — (/P) — Chuck "The Clutch" Bednank, chosen as lineman of tho week in the. Associated Press poll, .has stamd in many a coafch's dreams {his fall—beautiful reveries m the base of Penn mentor George Hunger and nightmares for opposing tacticians. , "The Clutch" — 220 pounds of fused dynamite is a ham - handed octopus on the playing field. His performance at center last Saturday, 'When Penn turned back previously unbeaten Virginia- 19 to 7, was his standout showing of the year. ' Twice Bednarik halted Virginia scoring threats on the Penn one S*ard line-and was the key factor in- Penn's victory on the admission of both Virginia coach Art Quepe and Munger. , , The impending 'Army -gave Sat undefeated, untied record and sew up a spot in Ihc playoffs when they cnlortam wmle&s Ho^ets Also to be decided is the cham- pionshm Of tho Fifth District, where Little Rock and North Little Rock, the only AA elevens have identical season records and do not meet each other befoic the playoffs begin Tho Noithsidcis will be hosts to Fort Smith Fitdny night and Little Rock will play at Pino Bluff Saluiday in non-district affairs If both of the grcatei Little Rock outfits Win, as expected, one probably will go into the playoffs as district champion and the othei as an invited team One other bvc in the AA btackct is to be filled, and tho invitation mnv go to some distuct runnoi-up mnkinj; a pood shqwini* this wcok Playoff invitations are to-be made by the' 'Arkansas Athletic Association Saturday District crowns and playoff berths also -will be nt stnko in several Class A arid' Class B scraps. The schedule (games Friday unless otherwise indicated) . the happy, side Happiest emotion, as a newly urday well be the crowning fourwlf Laundry , 715 W. Dlviiloii i:8ive. -• 60c hour , starch, .bleach, pint ,10 powders furnished. 6 a. m. till 7 p. m. ' ' poipt pi Bednarik's collegiate football careef.'"The Penn team is "qp" lor the Army game for two reasons—they have , an 'unbeaten Vecord tq defend ,and three losses to the Cadets \o avenge. 1 "And '''The" Clutch*' says he's going to be right in there clutching as- he's never-qlutcned before. ;,.'" ' -° ~" Wild turkeys, in the old-days; ol American colonisation,' used to sell at 0 to 25 cents each. Rogers at Fayettcville. .Topline. Mo., at .Springdale. , Huntsvilk; at Van .Bin-en. Bontonville at .Harrison. Walnut Ridge at Newport. Blythcville at, Batcsvillc. Pocahontas at McCrory. Bald Knob at Sloan-Hcnclrix. Cotton Plant at Carlisle. Shawnee at Hoxic. Augusta, at Cabot. Jonesboro at Subiaco. Lepanlo at Ehrle. Corning at Paragould. West Helena-Helena at Oscoola. Ma'rked Tree at Rector. Dyess at Harrisburg. Luxora at Armorel. Kciser at Truman. Hulbcrt (W. Memphis) at Hughes. . -v~ Mar}0n at Wilson. Hot Springs at Russcllville. Waldron at Hartford. Paris at Mansfield. , Ozark at St. Anne's; Atkins at Charleston. .Havana at BoOneville. Fort'.Smith at North Little Rock. Little -rRock at Pine Bluff (Sat). Beaton v :;at Malvern. Y ;.;:.;. •.:..,.-..-;•; Magnet- Cove at Arkansas Deaf School. ! /Lonoke, at- Sheridan. Bauxite at England. turned professional, was the pros reel of $50,000 as an income nex year — and maybe more, accord ing to Tennis Promoter .Tack. Har ris' announcement in Chicago yes :erday. As for leaving his throne as America's No one amateur. Kram er half-laughed and said "America, is well fixed for th< next four or five years with-a^finj bunch of young amateuis, and it probably lucky I'm getting-vou now." The tall, affable blond belter leaving for a short stay in Palm Springs, had this to say about th Hari is tennis troupe, which be Sins its toui in New Yolk's Mad: son Equate Gaidcn Dec 26 "I'm looking forward to playing Bobby Riggs. I haven't played, him since '1941. I: think' we played scv r en or eight limcis and I Won .from him only once. He-was the champion — 'amateur, that'is — in those days and was too good for me.' What about his side-kick, and Davis cup doubles partner, Ted Schrooder? . • . I think he plans to keep on playing amateur tennis.' and I believe he'll, win the chapionship next Pacific Coast to Seek Higher Classification m> Thursday, November 13, 194? HOP! STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS * 1 V 3-1 V # Attendance Disbands Cage Circuit New York, Nov 13 —OF)— The Florida weather won't be the only thing that will keep the baseball big-wigs warm on chilly December 3-5, the dates then the minor league convention holds its annual meeting in Miami. The request by the Pacific Coast League for higher classification as a step toward major leagi status—and raising the draft price from $10.000 to $25,000, player eligibility from four to six years, appears certain to face stiff opposition from some of the other minor leagues, namely the International League and American Association. Climaxing three years tion for major league recognition, &offih«^Kd a ^ ecutive council making five specific demands. Thev follow; 1. The name to Chicago, Nov. 13 —(IP) —The young 10-tcam ' pfofes'sional Basketball League of America gave up the ghost and disbanded today leaving only two major operation. Announcement cage 'circuits in ol the league's L,Tl.llllLJktllV. C141b»*l. WJL Hit At^U^MV. tJ dissolution was made early today by. James O.- Brooks, attorney for Commerical- •;'Advertisers,' Inc,., parent"' organization of the loop, shortly after-last night's four-game schedule'..- 1 -'had been •' completed. \Vithdrawalvof the. BLA after operating less than a month leaves Hie ^National- Basketball- League and the Basketball Association ; pf America operating in the East and Middlewest; Brooks said that effective today c BLA would "cease to function ; a league 1 ' arid that all teams ould cancel their, playing sched- les. His statement was confirmed Y Harry A. JSoote, an executive irector of the league which was orriied this year. .Foote said he couldn't add any more to the Start of next season to be 'the Pacific Coast Major League. 2. The creation of a new clas- siiication for the PCL — between le present Triple A and the majors. 3. No elimination of draft selec- ion regulations except that the [raft price for the PCL be increased from $10,000 to $25,000 and the draft elegibility be raised from our to six years. 4. The PCL shall follow the major t , eague In draft selection c>rcter and j jrecede. the two " "•--'-'- eagues, but will „ from the International Leagues and American" Association. 5—The .agreement shall last three years at the end of which period the status of the PCL .shall be reviewed for the purpose of taking the final step to full'major league year. Ho was the finest player I met this past season. Frank. Parker Kavo me more trouble, but I really think Ted is the better player. . . Little Rock B at Brinkley. Forrest City at Wynne. Marianna at Stuttgart. Clarendon at Dewitt.' Parkin at Holly Grove. Marvcll at Gillette. Texarkana at El Dorado. : • Camden at Fordyce.. Hope at DeQueen. Nashville at Arkadelphia. Horatio at Foreman.' . Amit at Gtirdon. .••<..: Prescott at Ashdown. Haynesville (La.) "at Magnolia. Norphlet at Mineral Springs. Beardcn . at Fairview-Camden. Murfreesboro at..Dierks: Crossett at Eudora. •'..'<•:'.•' .Portland at-McGehee. '. Warren at Derrnott, • : Moriticejlo: at • Duma's.'. ; •$.. „ St r arr'City:at:;Lalieslde;,:': >. Rispn- at, Watson. Chapel? Search at Conway '(Sat).••'•;•.", Morrilton vs. Catholic -High North Little Rock (Thuri). Basketball Results taternent except that the league ad disbanded." Brooks said the reason for quit ing operations was "that the- eag'ue attendance has been finan- ially unsuccessful." He added hat all of the players in the league would become free agents." Teams in the league were: Northern Division: Chicago; Grand Rapids, Mich.; Kansas City, Mi?.-; lOuisville; Omaha, Neb.; St. Joseph, Mo.; St. Paul, Minn.; and Waterloo, Iowa. Southern Division:; Atlanta; Birmingham, Ala.; Chattanooga, Term.;-' Houston, 'Tex.; New Orleans, Oklahoma City; ipringfield, Mo.; and'Tulsa, Okla. The new league was organized this year by Maurice A. White owner of the Chicago American Gears, after he withdrew the Gears Erpm the National Basketball league'last-season.- . The Chicago Gears, headed by big George Mikan 'and Bobby Me Dermott, were leading the North ern Division of the league with eight victories and no defeats as the league, folded. The Gears Ma's night beat Louisville, ,65 to 56. fq their secphd win of the week. They at - had scored 583 points against 455 for their opponents.. iipn vic A P 'p i t,2^- • • - 14;* ..,:.', ' • REFRIGERATORS f^"* ''••'All make* and models I . RINER REFRIGERATOR & | ELECTRICAL SERVICE ' A2iO 8.: Elm Phone 70 fejAftelr 5 P. m. Phone 909-R fe^y-^yja'" afdless of WHERE you t we can probably help t «jnce all Government latious have now been Wtq. <f you want your nepts reduced, or If need extra cash, or see us right away. never keep a customer longer than peces- are headquarters , Gome and get it ^J^^^ - ' otf ' ^k. *m Ta Wylie Motor Third & Walnut Phone 886 Hope, Arkansas THURSDAY, NOV. 13th — FRIDAY, NOV. 14th by GULF'S EXPERTS You are invited to Wylic Motor Cor«pony Thursday, November 13th and Friday, November 14th to inspect our Lubrication service. Three Gulf Lubrication Experts will be at QUIT station to GULFLEX your car. Have your car GULFLEXED Thursday or Friday. • We Carry a Complete Line of Gulf Products • TOM McLorty HOPE, GULFLEX YOUR CAR The Right LUBRICATION Put at the RIGHT PLACE GULFLEX YOUR CAR PHONE 886 For Your Appointment 5 ,jfc, tJ&~* , ." •« OZARK IKE By Chick Young LET ME TRY A DROP KICK HOW CAN i PAINT YOUR SEEAASTO BE W PERHAPS A HINT A LOT OF ^ OR TWO WILL GIVE THINGS.OZARK Jr HIM SOME IDEAS SPQBTS WHUT A HONOR, STARDUST... NEVUH THOUGHT AH'D GIT MAHSELF PUT.. ON CANVAS/ HASNT THOUGHT OP... OF HIS OWNf By Huflh 8i Fullerton, Jr. If they get .that extra minute. Arkansas vs. Southern Methodist. The Mustangs think There should be a law That you can't have teeth On an Arkan saw. City College (N. Y.) vs. East Stroundsburg Why. oh why Is C. C. N. Y.? Alabama vs. Georgia Tech Get out your camera and film er. It's 'bama with Harry Gilmer Alma Mammy (Princeton), vs. when baseball's hot stove is warming up and football'.s cheers . are ringing in the ears of assorted nuskies who were graf's all-miners baseball team. Landgraf, now North Atlantic League and former and manager minor league clubs, lists a collec- of former coal would be very hard Here are the Pitchers — Mordecai Dem Bums (Yale) Brown, Harry and Stanley Coveles- By Michael O'Mallcy g Ralph , kie, Mike O'Neill, Jack Quinn, Jack CARNIVAL SIDE GLANCES By D?ck Turner By Galbraith Stivetts and Ed Walsh. Catchers — "ite the deathly quiet wnen«I stepped "j through the French door, I had a feeling that the house wasn't empty. went to the cellar door and HAVE VOU 60T MYMONtX « AMTA/ VlCl WHERE ARSYOU? OF ooowt t im nn*r BACH TMIMmEAf 1*5 M «AO.ow= mttMnKt tut Bucky Harris and Mickey Haslin. Third Base— Earl Adams and Mike McNally. Shortstops — Joe Boloy FlINTS SEARCHIN6 THE HOUSE, I'LL JUST You need cash not sympathy Wo need 20 used cars to wreck. and Hugh Jennings.- Outfielders LAMB'S WRECKING YARD 317 South Laurel 3uck Freeman, Chick Shorten and ohn Titas. . . Indicating the cam's quality, the seven pitchers von 1206 victories, Quinn. Brown, tan Coveleskie and Tivolts win- ling over 200 each. LfT FOY DO IT Pigskin Picklns Army vs. Pennsylvania. • Level yards • Dig Post Holes • Plow Gardens • Cut Vacant Lots • Also custom work. NEVfeRAMMD THE FORMAIITIB* WIUOUQrtBY. WE'VE . 60T WORK TO DO/ The Army, led by-Captajg Steffy. Will stretch Penn out likV MAMMONS TRACTOR CO. Phone 10G6 S. Walnut St. WASH TUBES but will agree not to draff might win 'it, FEEL HOW HEW »TIS\ 7 NO... I S'POSt NOT. /W), TOW'S SUMPIN SO VALLIBUE . S 1HW Yi HftFTIX KEEP IT |M l\ SHMAMkV- HIWSSOU"TSW(J.Bh&. IT'S h.,.WEa, H BI&, ;- GERW. (^ ATOMIC GERM 1 . VOL) COULD UNDECCTMD? NCAA Track, Field Events Set for June For .... 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